Emmanuel Dasoberi: I have not resigned from Asante Kotoko

No management member of Asante Kotoko, contrary to reports making rounds in the local media and various portals, has resigned from his post.

According to a viral News after a marathon meeting between the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer of the Asante Kotoko club, some aggrieved members of the management had threatened to resign from their post.

The reports indicated that chief among those who threatened to resign was Emmanuel Newton Dasoberi.

“I can confirm emphatically to you (Sasu) that I have not resigned, and, my message on Social Media doesn’t represent resignation,” he said in an interview.

He also posted a message on his official Facebook wall dismissing claims that he has resigned from his post at the club.

“Everything is fine. My love for Otumfuo, our revered King, and our loyal supporters won’t let me cause any problem. I am still here. I have NOT resigned.”

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